We once again examine that dark, vicious world of the CIA -- the use of U.S. labor organizations, the overthrow of legitimate governments, providing arms to favored groups, covert use of the American mass media, U.S. torture schools and CIA torture supervisors abroad -- all resulting in great human suffering and the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people and in the maintenance of repressive regimes. Sections of the meticulously documented, award-winning film _On Company Business_ are interspersed with the comments of ex-CIA officer John Stockwell, and Molly Dougherty who worked on the film. John also comments about the pending legal action against him by the CIA, and a fundraiser for his legal defense fund, to be held at the University of Texas.
Recorded June, 1980 News: February 10, 1987 Copyright March, 1987
Co-hosts: Frank Morrow and Doug Kellner
Researcher: Mike Jankowski
Technical adviser: Brian Koenigsdorf